December 17 Philadelphia

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers

PHILLY is HOME to many unique communities – including sex workers of diverse cultures, transgender women and LGBTQI adults

Community allies and caring people came together  in Center City Philadelphia to participate in the 13th annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.

Saturday December 17, 2016

We will be back in 2017 so stay in touch


THANK YOU to everyone who braved the storm to add some light and love to the day, including though not limited to:  All Women Count, The Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders, CEASE Fire Pa, COYOTE,  ELS, Erotic Service Providers Union, ESPLER Project, Food Not Bombs, New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance, Philadelphia Red Umbrella Alliance, Project SAFE, SWOP Behind Bars, SWOP USA, US Prostitutes Collective  and  our amazingly supportive, awesome local community allies. We love you!

Thomas Paine Plaza  across from City Hall 4-6

Memoriam for Donna Gentile 4:30


Do you know a sex worker –

or person exploring their gender identity mistaken for a sex worker

–  who has been murdered in Pennsylvania 

Email us because we keep an active archive of current closed and cold cases


Celebrate the Lives of the Sex Workers in Your Life. There may be more than you realize!